actuate, adducere, be responsible, bring about, bring on, bring to pass, call forth, cause, conduce, convince, create, effect, effectuate, exercise influence over, generate, hasten, impellere, incite, inducere, influence, instigate, kindle, lead one to, motivate, obtain, originate, persuade, precipitate, prevail upon, produce, prompt, stimulate, sway, talk into
associated concepts: fraud in inducement, inducing a breach of contract, inducing perjury, inducing trade, libel, material inducement, undue influence
affect, agitate (activate), bait (lure), cause, coax, coerce, constrain (compel), contrive, convert (persuade), convince, create, dispose (incline), engender, entice, evoke, exhort, generate, impel, incite, influence, inspire, inveigle, launch (initiate), lobby, lure, motivate, occasion, originate, persuade, pressure, prevail (persuade), prevail upon, prompt, provoke, solicit, suborn
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To cause; to bring about; to influence or persuade.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.